GET STARTED COLLECTING COINS&break;Have fun and Avoid Costly Mistakes Want to know just what's in that box of coins Grandpa Earl left you? Or do you just want to embark on a hobby that will bring you years of enjoyment, and maybe a profit? &break;&break;Warman's U.S. Coin Collecting is the book that will tell you everything you need to know about collecting U.S. Coins from author Alan Herbert. Topics Include: &break;&break; What is my coin worth?&break; Don't clean your coin!&break; Tools of the trade&break; Proof coins, proof and mint sets&break; Commemorative coins&break; Grading coins&break; Coins as an investment&break; Bullion coins &break;&break;And more than 100 questions and answers about U.S. coins, including little-known facts.
The take-it-with you collecting resource! Featuring more than 500 color pictures and current pricing, this dynamic best-selling Field Guide to U.S. money is the most complete and compact guide on the market. You'll find: Up to date information on circulating issues, proof sets, uncirculated sets, America the Beautiful Quarters and Native American Dollars. Content and values for coins and currency from 1809 to the present, including proof and uncirculated sets, Lincoln Cents, Jefferson Quarters, State Quarters, Presidential Dollars and modern commemoratives. Investment-grade gold and silver coins.
Coin folders have a long, distinguished legacy as being most people's first exposure to the coin collecting hobby. As part of the Foundations of Coin Collecting package, this folder contains a selection of cents, nickels, dimes, quarters, half dollars and dollars that are both interesting and able to be found in circulation. The folder not only provides the new collector with the basics of U.S. Mint and coin history, it also points them in the right direction to begin a successful collection. This folder's background information and historical anecdotes take an educational approach to coin collecting. It is a logical point of entry for parents, grandparents, aunts or uncles looking to engage children in a healthy educational hobby.
From the beginning the Jefferson Nickel has held a spot in coin collecting lore. Shortly after its release in 1938 rumors of its recall, and consequently a rush on the coins began, after many believed the depiction of the White House on the coin's reverse was missing its U.S. flag. The truth was the image on the reverse wasn't the White House, but Jefferson's Virginia home, Monticello. With this professional-quality three-panel coin folder you can proudly display your pieces of history - the 74 Jefferson nickels issued between 1938 and 1967.
The State Quarter program has made coin collecting cool. What other activity requires treasure hunting skills and knowledge of history, and delivers a decade of excitement, the thrill of hunting for errors, and an interest in U.S. history, and state pride? Treat yourself and your favorite fan of State Quarters to this beautiful three-panel coin folder, with 60 slots and intriguing anecdotes about these history-making coins.
More than a place to store your valuable coins, the Foundations of Coin Collecting gift set includes access to famed coin-collecting database NumisMaster.com, a subscription to Coins magazine, an essential coin folder, one book, and one e-book to get you started. Jump in with Coin Collecting Basics: Warman's U.S. Coin Collecting provides easy-to-understand advice for buying and selling, storage and care, and grading of coins. Take it Online: Your one-year subscription to NumisMaster.com, the vast database of more than 1.2 million coins, will help keep your collection values up to date, in real time! Go Deeper: Learn about famous coin series and receive monthly market analysis with your one-year subscription to Coins magazine. Identify Hidden Gems: Download your Strike It Rich with Pocket Change 3rd Edition e-book and use it as your guide to discover hidden gems that could be worth thousands of dollars!
More than a listing of coins and currency and their values, this guide explains the history of coinage and the origins of paper money. It includes tips on collecting, and covers everything from the evolution of U.S. coins and currency to the latest issues worldwide.
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The Washington quarter issued between 1932 and 1964 was the sixth and final type of circulating quarter to contain 90% silver. This three-panel folder is larger than most coin folders, featuring 75 slots for proudly displaying all the quarters of this series in one folder, instead of two. In addition, the folder features details about the design of the quarter and historical highlights about the president the coin honors. It's a great gift for helping someone discover the joy of U.S. coins.
Each year four past presidents are honored with the U.S. Mint's release of their Presidential dollar. These beautiful $1 gold coins glisten brightly against the rich blue background of this glossy coin folder, which features 45 die-cut slots on three panels—more than the average coin folder. In addition, the folder features details about each president, including the date of his birth and death, political party, and unique political facts about each.
In 1965 the Washington quarter changed from being almost purely silver to a combination of copper and nickel, and earned the nickname "Johnson Sandwich" after then-president Lyndon B. Johnson. Treat yourself or your favorite coin collector to a beautiful place to showcase Washington quarters, in this coin folder. With three panels and 75 coin slots, there's room for quarters from 1959 to 1998 in one single folder.
The Second Edition Blue Book Pocket Guide for Colt Dates of Manufacture by R.L. Wilson is the only up-to-date, condensed reference that provides the reader with the most recent Colt serialization, providing dates of manufacture on most Colt firearms.
State Quarters for Kids: 1999-2009 collector's State quarter folder From Lincoln cents to the new National Parks quarters, Warman's Coin Folders for Kids offer everything the young numismatist needs to start on a hobby that could last a lifetime. As you collect, learn why Abraham Lincoln grew his beard, how Thomas Jefferson delivered his addresses to Congress, where the smallest National Park is located and which state features the roadrunner as its state bird. Featuring 58 high-quality die-cut slots and chock-full of fascinating and educational facts, State Quarters for Kids is perfect for the young coin collector.
What better way to celebrate a 100th anniversary than with a facelift? At least that's what the U.S. Mint thought when it decided to mark the 100th anniversary of the Lincoln cent, in 2009, with four new images of President Abraham Lincoln. The new images reflect different stages of Lincoln's life, and replace the image that has always graced the coin. Celebrate the anniversary by showcasing your Lincoln cent collection in this quality three-panel cents folder. With 108 die-cut slots, more than the average-size fold has, there's plenty of room for your cents.
Coin folders have a long, distinguished legacy as being most people's first exposure to the coin collecting hobby. Everyone either has or knows someone who has been given a coin folder as a child and gone on to fill it with cents, nickels, dimes or quarters. This is a perfect low-cost purchase for parents, grandparents, aunts or uncles looking to engage children in a healthy, educational hobby. Perfect for collectors of any age Updated folder houses the latest nickel issues through 2015 Openings for 90 nickels - more than any other folder on the market Interesting anecdotes and facts covering the history of the Jefferson nickel Larger size than typical nickel folder - 7x9.5 Attractive design and glossy cover